I have a 2016 XLE and there is an extremely annoying squeak that is coming behind the garnish sub assembly panel. Specifically, to the left of the glove box. While someone is driving, if I press my knee up against that corner of the panel, the squeaking stops. The pitch of the squeak varies and only happens while the car is in motion. It occurs whether or not the AC/heat is running or off. I popped off the whole garnish sub panel and didn't see anything crazy behind it. Any clues as to what is causing this squeak and why I am able to get rid of it with pressure on the sub assembly panel? Disregard the yellow arrows in the picture. The panel I am talking about is the one that runs under the AC/Heat control knobs, under the vents and over the glove box. Also.... Any tips on popping this thing back in? I have it back in... but it is defintely not fitting correctly. Clearly its my first time fooling around with this thing.